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    Sony Vegas: Quickly Rotate Multiple Files

    In Sony Vegas, you can quickly rotate multiple files in the Project Media window. Simply select all the images needing to be rotated in the Project Media Window. Right-Click a selected file and choose either Rotate 90° Clockwise or Rotate 90° Counterclockwise from the shortcut menu. This is especially useful when portrait images are imported as landscapes and need to be rotated in the correct orientation. More

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    Sony Vegas: Rearrange Plugins

    Rearranging plug-ins in Sony Vegas is simple. Just click and drag the plug-in button to place it in a new location. This works best when you need to group certain plug-ins together. For example, I moved the Levels plug-in next to the Color Curves plug-in for faster switching between the two when color grading. More

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    Sony Vegas: Duplicate Timeline Events

    Quickly duplicate any timeline events in Sony Vegas by holding Ctrl while dragging the media over to your target position. To duplicate multiple events at once, select them all and Ctrl — drag them to your target position. Once you let go, you’ll have an exact copy of those events. More

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    Sony Vegas: Override Snapping

    Ever need to quickly override snapping while moving media in the Sony Vegas timeline? Simply hold down the Shift key while moving clips to temporarily disable snapping. If snapping’s already disabled and you’d like to quickly enable it, hold down the Shift key while moving clips to temporarily enable snapping. F8 is the shortcut key to completely enable/disable snapping. More

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    Sony Vegas: Import Layered PSDs

    Sony Vegas Pro allows you to import layered PSD files into the timeline. Just Right-Click and Drag the file to the timeline. Once you let go, a shortcut menu will display. From here, choose Add Across Tracks. All the layers from that PSD file will import as individual tracks in the timeline. This is useful when creating graphics in Photoshop and animating them in Sony Vegas. More

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    Sony Vegas: Auto Preview

    You can automatically preview selected clips from the Project Media window by selecting the Auto Preview button. Anytime you select a clip in the Project Media Window, it will automatically play in the Trimmer window. To turn this off, simply select the Auto Preview button again. More

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    Sony Vegas: Project Nesting

    Vegas Pro allows you to nest other Vegas Projects in the timeline. This can further help you organize your timeline by creating complex compositions in one project and importing it as a single element in your current project. To do this, just import the Vegas Project(.veg) to the timeline in Sony Vegas… More

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